I think Tesla should use its galleries in Texas, Arizona, and soon New Jersey to educate shoppers about why they can't sell cars, to encourage popular support to get the state laws changed. Instead of the product specialists just telling people they're not allowed to give the price, that could be an opportunity to gain support for getting the law changed. From Elon's blog post about New Jersey, it's obvious Tesla has passed the point of trying not to offend anyone, and now it's time to embarrass the politicians into changing the law. So here is an idea for a sign they should put in the Texas galleries: Texas state law prohibits us from telling you the price of our cars or doing anything related to “selling”. The law does not allow companies which make cars to sell them in Texas! However the law didn’t anticipate the Internet or this thing called Google, which allows you to find the Tesla Motors web site and the order page where our cars are sold online like any other 21[SUP]st[/SUP] century consumer product. If you think this law is as stupid as we think it is, please tell your state senator and representative that you support free enterprise and consumer choice in where and how you buy your car. Let car manufacturers like Tesla sell directly to consumers.